Make Your Land Pay for Itself with Crops
Pay Dirt • 9m 38s
S1.E13: Crop fields produce income and will usually attract more wildlife than fallow fields full of low-value grass. Owen Reigler discusses converting fields to productive ground for corn and soybeans
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